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Boston is the greatest city in New England, the capital of the nation of Massachusetts, and among the most historic, wealthy and influential cities in the United States of America. Its plethora of museums, historic sights, and prosperity of live performances, all explain why the city gets 16.3 million people per year, which makes it among the ten most popular tourist places in the nation.
This upscale area of Boston has nice shops, fine dining, in addition to sites like the Prudential Center, Copley Square, and Hynes Convention Center.
Across the Charles River to the north, this is the website of the Bunker Hill Monument.
Great Asian food, terrific herbalists and adjacent to downtown and the theater district. 4th largest Chinatown in the USA.
A large working class neighborhood often considered Boston's most varied. It features the JFK Library, UMass Boston, and several amazing eateries.
A residential area, with a huge student population.
The city's Italian community with excellent restaurants. It's also the place of the Old North Church.
The historic center of Boston's African American community.
This is a proud residential community with a waterfront district and the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center on its north side. Home to one of the largest Irish and Irish-American inhabitants in the country.
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RESTAURANT » Flat Iron
RESTAURANT » The Flour Station
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ATTRACTION » Esplanade Cycling and Trekking Path
ACCOMMODATION » Copley Square Hotel
ATTRACTION » Harvard University
ATTRACTION » Massachusetts Institute of Technology
ATTRACTION » Boston Public Library
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The Freedom TrailA 2.5 mi (4 km) walking tour of 16 historic websites that starts at Boston Common, goes through downtown Boston, the North End and Charlestown, finishing in the USS Constitution. Websites include the old State House, Faneuil Hall, Paul Revere's House, and the Old North Church. The Freedom Trail connects into the Boston Harbor Walk. The Freedom Trail is marked by a line of red paint or red brick at the sidewalk. Faneuil Hall and Quincy Market, two of Boston's earliest marketplaces, contain an excellent set of mainly tourist-oriented stores and eateries. Washington St Tremont St. Broadway is the undisputed centre of the theater world, but Boston's Theater District is where most Broadway shows will start out and is usually the first stop on a show's touring run. Resident shows also operate.
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